The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Rutgers University-Newark (RU-N) invites applications for a grant-funded postdoctoral position to begin September 2020, within a research project on human-machine cooperation and teaming. We specifically seek an individual with strong computational and mathematical training and interests in probabilistic methods in machine and human learning.
Responsibilities: Refining and formalizing questions, deriving mathematical statements, and conducting computational simulations. The successful candidate will be expected to assist the PI in supervision of master’s and graduate students and collaborate with fellow postdocs and other lab personnel. The position is for one year with the possibility of renewal.
Requirements: Ph.D. by time of appointment; relevant research experience.
The School of Arts and Sciences-Newark (SASN) is a place where exploration, discovery, and imagination come together to form the core of a liberal arts education. We serve all undergraduates at Rutgers University-Newark (RU-N), and offer a broad selection of more than 2,000 undergraduate and graduate courses a year in more than 40 subjects. SASN combines the best of a large research university with a small liberal arts college. RU-N is a remarkably diverse, urban, public research university that is not just in Newark but of Newark-an anchor of our home city. RU-N is located in a transportation hub with easy access to New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. New Jersey offers vibrant and varied cultural activities, excellent schools, and opportunities to live in culturally diverse urban, suburban, or small-town settings within a short distance of campus. RU-N is consistently ranked one of the most diverse universities in the country by US News & World Report and is located minutes from New York City. For more information about RU-N: newark.rutgers.edu.
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